Speech and Language Pathology
Beth Solomon, MS, CCC-SLP
Beth Solomon is the lead senior staff speech language pathologist, research and clinical coordinator in the Speech and Language Pathology at the NIH Clinical Center. She received her Masters of Science in Speech Language Pathology from Columbia University. She received her Bachelors of Arts in Elementary Education and Bachelors of Science in Communication Disorders from the University of Massachusetts. Her clinical practice and research interests involve speech rehabilitation of head and neck cancer patients, pediatric and adult dysphasia, voice disorders, and craniofacial anomalies. She is a recognized leader in the area of voice restoration following laryngectomy and as an Infant and Toddler Specialist by the Governor's Office for Children, Youth and Families in the State of Maryland. She served as the appointed Speech-Language Pathology Liaison to the U.S. Public Health Service and U.S. Surgeon General's Office for five consecutive terms of office for 10 years. Her collaborative research efforts include the study of speech and swallowing outcomes with various head and neck cancer treatments, and the natural history study of speech, swallowing and voice production in various pediatric genetic and metabolic conditions, as well as outcome measures with various treatments in progressive neurologic diseases. Ms. Solomon has mentored numerous graduate students during clinical internships and is a frequent guest lecturer in many of the local university graduate programs in speech-language pathology. She has presented at numerous state, national, and international meetings and has published extensively in the areas of swallowing, oral motor function, and head/neck cancer and rare diseases and syndromes.
Monique King, MA, CCC-SLP
Monique King is a speech-language pathologist in the Rehabilitation Medicine Department at the NIH Clinical Center. Ms. King received her undergraduate and graduate degrees from Stanford University and Northwestern University, respectively. Her primary role is to evaluate and treat an array of pediatric and adult patients experiencing impairments of cognition, communication and/or swallowing. In addition, she is an associate investigator for research protocols overseen by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development; the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute; and the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke.
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This page last updated on 09/28/2017